#HotLikeAMother is the new blog series created by Confidently Kylie that looks to break the barriers and expectations of Motherhood. Too often we hear that when you become a mother you must conform and sacrifice who you are and become the perfect picture of a frumpy, homemaking woman of the 50’s. But I call Bull Shit. Society’s expectations often brings mothers down. Making them feel like they are no longer relevant. At Confidently Kylie, we are here to bring mothers up and inspire mums to embrace their inner fire.
In this series I will be interviewing and getting to know some of the UK’s most kick ass mums. From inspiring boss babes, to stylish fashionistas, to just damn right inspirational mothers. All in the quest to encourage mums to go for their passions and be Hot Like A Mother…….
If you would like to be featured or know someone who should then please contact me at Kylie@ConfidentlyKylie.com
MEET OCTOBERS HOT MUMS
Two friends, two mumpreneurs taking their passion for fashion to a whole other level. Kate and Claire are the founders and owners of up and coming personal styling service Coveted Styling. When I first met Kate and Claire I was immediately drawn to the duo. Not only for their impeccable style but also for their down to earth “mumsyness”. Their friendly nature and relatable characters immediately put me at ease and I felt like I could discuss anything and everything with them over a cup of tea. I spoke to Kate and Claire about Fashion, being a mum and their business.
Fashion is definitely one of my passions too. What made you start Coveted Styling?
Both of you are mums and seem to be juggling a lot. How do you keep on top of running a business, looking stylish plus the everyday challenges of motherhood?
So many mums find it difficult to find the time to look after themselves. What are your style tips to make being fashionable effortless and accessible?
High Street or High End?
Where are your favourite places to shop?
Confidently Kylie is all about being Confidently You. How do you stay confident and true to yourself when us mums tend to do everything for everyone else?
What advice would you give to mums who feel like they have lost themselves in the whirlwind of motherhood?
Last but not least, What are your go to style items and why?
If you would like to feature or you know someone who would be perfect for it. Then contact me at Kylie@confidentkylie.com